Are you waiting for a settlement from a brain injury lawsuit and in need of money now? If so, contact Lawsuit Financial to learn how pre-settlement lawsuit funding can help.
A 44-year-old man riding his bicycle was struck by a pick-up truck travelling 55 mph. The cyclist suffered multiple brain bleeds and a spinal fracture; he will require ongoing care for the remainder of his life. Although a jury awarded the victim $1.25 million, the case did not settle for nearly two years. During this time, the medical bills were piling up and the mortgage, auto payments, and child care expenses needed to be paid. His wife’s part-time job was not enough to sustain them until the settlement was reached.
Looking for options rather than settling too soon for too little, the plaintiff sought pre-settlement funding. With a lawsuit cash advance, he was able to cover expenses related to medical treatment, as well as daily living expenses so he could focus on recovering from his injuries without the stress of worrying about how the bills will be paid.
When bills mount, pre-settlement funding may bring much-needed relief. A pre-settlement cash advance for traumatic brain injury victims can reduce the financial pressures that may motivate some plaintiffs to accept a low settlement offer. It also allows the plaintiff’s attorney time to negotiate the best settlement possible. With a cash advance from a legal funding company, financially strapped plaintiffs can cover expenses related to their medical treatment, as well as daily living expenses so they can focus on recovering from their injuries without the worrying how the bills will be paid. All that is required to receive pre-settlement funding is a completed one-page application and a case with merit. The funding company will review case records from the plaintiff’s attorney, 10 pages or less, and if approved, funds can be available within 24-48 hours. Unlike a bank loan, there are no credit checks, employment history verification or monthly fees associated with pre-settlement funding. Best of all, funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, meaning that if for some reason the case fails and no money is collected, the lawsuit finance company will completely excuse the obligation.
If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury and need financial assistance during a pending lawsuit, you may qualify for pre-settlement lawsuit funding. Don’t wait or settle for less than you deserve; contact Lawsuit Financial today.